Our partners

EWC has received support from the European Union under their call
for a preparatory action to boost creativity and create European TV-series
cross border and for a larger European and international audience.

 

EWC has been initiated by a group of industry professionals from all over Europe and is supported by Screen Ireland, AGADIC/Spain, Estonian Film Institute, Vision Denmark, The National Film School of Denmark, The Danish Film Institute, Nordic Writers Associations, The Nordic Film and TV Fund, TV2/Denmark. 

 

EWC will be administered by Vision Denmark.

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Agadic-Xunta de Galicia

Agadic is the public agency of the Galicia Regional Government with Competencies in the design and implementation
of regional policies in the fields of music, 

performing arts and audiovisual.

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Vision Denmark, Denmark

Vision Denmark is the business cluster for games, film, TV, animation and XR. We gather
the ecosystem across Denmark
to create innovation and growth and secure the industry’s
position of strength.

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TV2, Denmark

TV 2 Danmark A/S is owned by the Danish state and the public service channel TV 2 is operated on a commercial basis. Until 2004, TV 2’s main channel received
a smaller share of the license fees.
Since 2012, the main channel TV 2 has been partially funded by subscription.

TV 2 aired on October 1, 1988.
TV 2’s range of programs includes news, documentaries and lifestyle, entertainment, sports, Danish fiction, current affairs, films, morning television and children’s television. Additionally,

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Danish Film Institute, Denmark

The Danish Film Institute is the national agency supporting and encouraging Danish film and cinema culture.

We support the development, production and distribution of Danish films and offer funding for international co-productions.

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Estonian Film Institute, Estonia

In 1997, the Estonian film foundation
was established by the Ministry of Culture,
with the task to distribute the national film production budget. As the film industry develops rapidly due to the technological advancement and the ever-changing financing system, Estonian Film Institute (EFI) came
to be as its successor, embracing a much wider spectre of activities in the film industry.

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Fis Eireann Screen Ireland, Ireland

Screen Ireland's mission is to support
and promote Irish film, television
and animation through fostering Irish artistic vision and our diverse creative
and production talent, growing audiences, and attracting filmmakers and investment into the country.

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Nordik Film & TV Fond

Nordisk Film & TV Fond promotes Nordic audiovisual productions of high quality
by providing funding in the form of top financing for production of feature films, TV films/drama series and creative documentaries in the five Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway
and Sweden).

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The National Film School of Denmark

The school was founded in 1966
by Theodor Christensen and is beautifully situated on the small island
of Frederiksholm in the harbour
of Copenhagen, next to The Rhythmic Music Conservatory, and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation.

The National Film School of Denmark
has 8 programmes: Script writing, sound, editing, fiction directing, documentary directing, animation and games directing, cinematography, and film producing.

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Dramatikerförbundet, Norway

The Writer’s Guild of Norway was founded in 1938 and is a special interest organisation for authors who write
for the stage, film, television, radio
and gaming. The guild’s aim is to uphold and promote the artistic and financial interests of Norwegian playwrights
and to strengthen copyright protection. The guild also serves as a venue for social and professional interaction.

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Danske Dramatikere, Denmark

Danske Dramatikere is a professional organization for playwrights and screenwriters in theater, film, TV, radio, games and other media as well as for librarians, translators and text editors

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Dramatikerförbundet, Sweden

The Writers Guild of Sweden (Dramatikerförbundet) is an association that, since 1941, organizes screenwriters, playwrights and translators of dramatic text. The Guild today has over 700 members.

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FLH, Iceland

The Icelandic Dramatists Union
was founded in 1974 and today
has a membership of over 100 writers.
Its main purpose is to support
and protect the rights of playwrights
and screenwriters.

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Suomen Näytelmäkirjailijat ja Käsikirjoittajat, Finland

Originally founded by a group of writers, the Writers Guild of Finland has been
in active operation since 1921.
Today the guild comprises over 500 members who work as professional script writers for stage, film, television, radio
and new media. Both Finnish and Swedish speaking authors are represented
by the guild.

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Sociedad General de Autores y Editores, SGAE, Spain

We are a private entity dedicated to the defense and collective management of the intellectual property rights of more than 120,000 members (authors, music publishers and heirs). We represent more than 4 million rights holders and manage more than 80 million works worldwide.

Our broadcasters

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